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laundering laws. prosecutors expect -- suspects ettore gotti tedeschi and other officials of malfeasance. duncan kennedy reports from rome. theast week's pilgrimage of pope to united kingdom has acted like a tonic to british and many other catholics, restoring confidence where despair lurked. but there is news that this man, ettore gotti tedeschi, senior banking official of the catholic hierarchy has been placed under investigation. he is the head of the vatican bank, and he is suspected of failing to reveal information about funds passing through accounts. italian spoke for the need for the police inquiry to be confidential. >> with all banks, they have huge power. whether it is the vatican bank or any other bank. they had excessive power. >> i think no one should be above the law, and i hope they can work it out. if the money is due the country of italy, then it should be paid. >> the vatican has quickly come to ettore gotti tedeschi's support, saying it is perplexed and astonished at the investigation. and the holy see expresses the maximum confidence in the president and his chief ex
the news that this man, ettore gotti tedeschi, the most senior banking official in the catholic hierarchy was placed under investigation will come as something as -- of a jolt. he is suspected of having failed to reveal information about money passing through vatican accounts. -- back in bank accounts. >> as with all banks, they have a huge power and should be held in check. whether it is the vatican bank or any other bank. they have excessive power. >> i think no one should be above the law. i hope they can work it out. if the money is to -- to the country of italy, then it should be paid. >> the vatican has quickly come to his support, saying it is perplexed and astonished at the investigation. and that the holy see expresses maximum confidence in the president and chief executive. the vatican goes on to say that for some time now it has tried to be more transparent about its accounts, said the timing could not be more unfortunate. there is a sense of moral renewal that the pope's visit to britain created. years ago, a scandal caused the catholic church millions in compensation and its
bank is under investigation for suspicion of violating money laundering laws. ettore gotti tedeschi and another official were accused of contravening the laws regarding the release of information. we have this from rome. >> at last week's four-day pilgrimage of the pope to the united kingdom has acted like a tonic to many british and other catholics, restoring confidence where despair alert. said the news that this man, ettore gotti tedeschi, the most senior banking official in the catholic hierarchy was placed under investigation will come as something as -- of a jolt. he is suspected of having failed to reveal information about money passing through vatican accounts. -- back in bank accounts. >> as with all banks, they have a huge power and should be held in check. whether it is the vatican bank or any other bank. they have excessive power. >> i think no one should be above the law. i hope they can work it out. if the money is to -- to the country of italy, then it should be paid. >> the vatican has quickly come to his support, saying it is perplexed and astonished at the investig
investigated against money laundering. ettore gotti tedeschi spoke of his incomprehension. he spent all his time trying to resolve the matters. pilgrimage of pope benedict to the u.k. has acted like a tonic to many catholics, restore in confidence where despair had lurked. -- restoring confidence. the idea that ettore gotti tedeschi was placed under investigation will come as a [unintelligible] . he is the head of the vatican bank. battalions at the vatican spoke of the need for the police -- those at the vatican spoke of the need for police. >> they should be held in check. they have the excessive power and should be watched. >> no one should be above the law. i hope they can work it out. if the money is due the country of italy, then it should be paid. >> the vatican has come to his support, saying it is astonished at the investigation. the holy see expresses confidence in the president and in the chief executive. the vatican says for some time in has been trying to be more transparent about its accounts. the timing could not be more unfortunate. coming a few days after the visit by pope
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